Fly by Night

Rush - Fly by Night
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1975 Ratings: #26
February 15, 1975 / Release Date
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80
An enjoyable listen.
Favorite Track(s): Anthem, Making Memories, By-Tor and the Snow Dog
Least Favorite Track(s): In the End
gas_souza
83
Anthem - 85
Best I Can - 80
Beneath, Between & Behind - 80
By-Tor & the Snow Dog - 80
Fly by Night - 90
Making Memories - 80
Rivendell - 85
In the End - 80

Destaques: Rivendell, Anthem e Fly by Night
PipePanic
75
If you were underwhelmed or not that interested in Rush after listening to their self-titled album, then may I present to you a much better, more interesting, more dense and much more entertaining listen in Fly By Night.

Favorite Jams: Best I Can, By-Tor and The Snow Dog, Anthem

Lest Favorite: Making Memories
EMR
63
Even though their best moments were still to come and their creative peak was on development, Rush already showed signs of greatness with this album. Their pop sensibility already cued in with the great single Fly by Night, that flourished among the dominant hard-rock style presented on most of these tracks. The high energy virtuoso hard-rock manifesto Anthem is one of the highlights, along with the semi-epic By-Tor and The Snow Dog.
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